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LGBTQ and allies network

Our LGBTQ and Allies network was established in 2012 and is an active and engaging sub-group of Kingsley Napley's Diversity and Inclusion group.

Responsible Business

Kingsley Napley is committed to being a responsible business both in the way that it is managed and in how we deliver client service.

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Bribery and Corruption

We have a long track record of defending corruption investigations for individuals. Our expert lawyers can also advise on internal investigations.

International Crime and Extradition

Criminal law is increasingly an international concept with cross-border implications. Knowing your rights and options is essential.

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Public sector corruption investigation

Police investigation into corruption involving police officers and unlawful telephone interception

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4 Takeaways From UK Review Of Mostly Untested Bribery Law - Louise Hodges quoted in Law360

Louise Hodges gives evidence to House of Lords Bribery Act 2010 Committee

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Multi-agency co-operation to tackle bribery and corruption

Bribery Act 2010: under scrutiny

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FGM and Doctors: your obligations, duties and lessons learnt

Understanding Inquests Seminar with Temple Garden Chambers

KN Talks View all 63 results

Cloud software contracts - Top tips for suppliers

Practical legal advice for technology businesses

Raising investment for start ups

Practical investment advice for start ups and founders

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Regulatory and Professional Discipline Recruitment

Trainee Solicitor

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Procurement and outsourcing: UK Government's anti-corruption initiatives in 2015

UK Bribery Act Prosecution Guidance and Guidance on "adequate procedures"

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